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Motorola MOTOROKR EQ5 Portable Wireless Speaker

Motorola is pushing its EQ5 portable wireless speaker as the perfect accessory for Motorola's ROKR E8. In many ways the two devices are well matched. Like the E8, the EQ5 has a sleek, attractive design with innovative features. Performance was about the same as well, though the EQ5's audio could be a bit sharper.

It's easy to see why Moto is pairing the EQ5 with the E8. Both have a slim, glossy design with lots of black and touches of silver. What's more, the EQ5 is almost the same size as its cousin and enjoys an equally solid feel in the hand. We like the spiffy look and adore the kickstand that lets you prop up the EQ5 horizontally on a table.

The EQ5's speakers sit on either side of the main control panel. There you will find the volume button and the player control keys. The latter set of controls allows you to manipulate the music player of any Bluetooth-enabled music player that supports remote control capabilities. It's a nifty and useful feature, and one that we don't see on many mobile phone speakers. All of the controls are large and though they're flush, they're also tactile and easy to use. The power switch sits on the bottom end of the speakers, while the Talk control sits on the top. On the left side is the micro USB charger port, while the 3.5mm headset jack sits on the right spine.

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